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Links 1 through 10 of 13 by Paul Crowley tagged data

A very helpful article - outlining specific metrics to effectively quantify the frequently dicussed (but highly elusive) quality of engagement on a website. 

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Elegant, simple and accessible data visualisations using nothing more than the data and CSS.
See <a href="http://www.alistapart.com/d/accessibledata/">www.alistapart.com/d/accessibledata/</a> for instructions.

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Interesting (if a little complex) presentation of content in relation to a timeline. Exploring the view and zoom options is interesting, even though it is ultimately changing only the spatial relationship between items.

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The title says it all. Plenty of reading matter and food for thought if the visualisation and communication of complex data is of interest - which of course, it should be!

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Merlin Mann on 'Living with data' at Macworld.

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Keeping with the facebook theme - some old(ish) demographic data. I wish that there was more granularity to the 'over 35' category though!

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Hmmm. One of my favourite websites, with a load of personal data volunteered by it's users, bought for the obvious commercial benefits entailed. I guess it had to happen, but I am a little surprised at the buyer.

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Interesting data analysis looking at the 'typical' YouTube user.

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Touchstone, an Attention product created by faradaymedia, announced today (October 1, 2006) an innovative Attention initiative called “Attention Profiling Mark-up Language” or APML with the intent of letting people own their own attention data.

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